Dysfunction in DC

Kline, Alan
March 2010
U.S. Banker;Mar2010, Vol. 120 Issue 3, p8
Trade Publication
In this article the author examines the steps taken by the Congress to push the financial regulatory reform in the U.S. The author says that the reform was unveiled by President Barack Obama during his state of the union address. He adds that the reform will address certain risks posed by the largest financial institutions while providing consumer protection.


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